Asthma is a growing problem throughout the world and many children are now experiencing asthma symptoms such as wheezing and being short of breath.
Although medical science gives us a number of different drugs that help us deal with some of the symptoms of asthma none of them are really a cure and simply treat the symptoms while sweeping the remaining problems under the carpet.
The unfortunate thing is, we live in a world that gives us a lot of reasons to have allergies. It is no longer just a simple matter of seasonal allergies that comes from different flowers and trees being in bloom or our pets causing a problem with their dander.
Today, we have to deal with ever-increasing problems of environmental pollution and with household products that are nothing short of toxic to those of us that have breathing problems or who have sensitive skin. If your child is suffering from asthma induced by allergens or exercise there are a few things that you can do to help.
One of the most important issues is to keep your house as free as possible from the allergens which are causing your child